Science Committee

Chair: Felix Beuschlein 

Committee Remit

  • To give guidance on matters of science including ethical issues and good practice.
  • To support scientific research in endocrinology in Europe, including funding, with a special focus on supporting young endocrinologists and those from less-advantaged countries
  • To recommend new ESE Focus Area Basic Leads and coordinate Focus Areas towards strategic developments in research and science in endocrinology.
  • To help define the education and professional training requirements of scientists working in endocrinology, and to promote and facilitate careers in endocrine science.
  • To support the ESE Education Committee on scientific education activities in endocrinology, as required.
  • To present the views of endocrine scientists on professional and policy issues to the EU and other bodies.
  • To provide input on scientific symposia and other conference and training sessions.
  • To work with the ESE media representative and ESE Office to ensure adequate and appropriate representation of science to the public and the media.
  • To work towards the financial sustainability of the Science Committee activities.

Committee Membership

  • Felix Beuschlein, Germany, co-terminous with office (2017-2021).
  • Anna Maria Andersson, Denmark (2017-2021).
  • Cynthia Andoniadou, UK (2019-2023).
  • Silvia Migliaccio, Italy (2019-2023).
  • Branka Sosic-Jurjevic, Serbia (2018-2022).
  • Pierre Val, France (2018-2022).
  • Stavroula Paschou, Greece (2020-2022) (EYES representative).

Ex-Officio members

  • Andrea Giustina, Italy, co-terminous with office (President, 2019-2021).
  • Martin Reincke, Germany, co-terminous with office (President-elect, 2019-2021).

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